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Monday, June 30 • 09:30 - 17:00
Practice-based Research and NIMEs.

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Practitioner-researchers in new musical instrument/interface design often set themselves multiple challenges: they seek to design and implement new technologies, create and perform new works, examine and evaluate what they have done and, finally, articulate what has been learned in the process.

To do this effectively requires careful consideration of the links between creative work and research.  Failing to do so can lead to technical research which lacks relevance to creative practice or, conversely, creative work where the broader contribution is unclear.

This workshop focuses on the relationships between creative practice and research – and blends of the two – with particular emphasis on new musical interface/instrument design.

Authors
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Andrew Johnston

Andrew is a researcher, interaction/software designer and musician based at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). He has qualifications in music performance and computing and a PhD combining the two. As a musician he has performed professionally with several Australian symphony orchestras, musicals and a number of other ensembles. His practice and research focuses on the design of systems that support experimental, exploratory approaches... Read More →


Monday June 30, 2014 09:30 - 17:00
Education Building: Room EB220 Goldsmiths campus

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